“Self-censorship and Abetting Evil: Western corporations and the suppression of freedom and human rights in China,” authored by exiled Chinese rights lawyer, Dr. Teng Biao. Dr. Teng will discuss his findings and conclusions, and offer recommendations for steps that can be taken by the private sector, governments, civil society, and the public to protect and respect human rights in China.
A light lunch will be served.
Wang Dan is a democracy advocate and the Founder of Dialogue China. He was a leader of the student-led democracy movement in 1989. He attended Peking University and received a Ph.D. from Harvard University.
Andréa Worden, J.D., M.A., is a human rights advocate, translator, and consultant, whose work focuses primarily on human rights and rule of law issues in China.
Dr. Teng Biao is an academic lawyer, formerly a lecturer at the China University of Politics and Law, and currently a visiting scholar at US-Asia Law Institute, New York University. He is one of the earliest promoters of the Rights Defense Movement in China. His research includes human rights, criminal justice, social movements, and political transition in China.
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